[Arm-dev] armv7hl - centos 7.1 rebuild status
arrfab at centos.org
Sat May 30 12:20:26 UTC 2015
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On 30/05/15 13:26, cc35359 at gmail.com wrote:
> Its just a mostly bare install, less than a GB of space used to
> run. There are still a few packages I can likely clean off, but
> there is nothing there beyond what you have compiled already at
> least. I can put the image file on Google drive (I could host the
> image on the centos pi itself to allow a download, but I only have
> 1mbit upload speed), that way you can at least mount it and see
> what is there, or i can just dump the installed package list for
> you. I will look into slimming it up even further, but is there a
> specific goal in mind for the minimal rootfs: is it a size goal, or
> simply "all thats needed to boot, take a keyboard as input, and
> access yum repos on a network"? Getting it working was step 1, at
> least its proof that your hard work is paying off :) Do we want
> anyone else to be able to download the image as well in order to
> look for major faults yet, or wait until the next phase when you
> have a rootfs built?
Well, you can upload it where you can, and then I can grab it and put
it somewhere else (like buildlogs.centos.org ? ) so that people can
have a look and test it.
What I'd like to see though is also documenting that on
wiki.centos.org. For example, have you used the kernel-4.0.0 rpm
package built and available in the c7-buildroot
(http://armv7.dev.centos.org/repodir/c7-buildroot/kernel/), or have
you used the one from another distro ? etc ..
So if someone has expertise with specific boards, we can all
write/centralize that on the wiki, so that we can then eventually
automate the various .img files creation, for all kind of specific
boards, etc ..
Do you have already have a wiki account ? We can use a generic "entry"
page for arm32 (like the existing
http://wiki.centos.org/SpecialInterestGroup/AltArch/Arm32 page) , but
moving content like plague builder access somewhere else (a sub-page)
and do something like /Raspberry1 , or /Odroid , etc ..)
What do you (all) think ?
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